Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Grp LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 87.00p 0 05:31:00
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0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.26 -5.29 -42.00 11.2

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19/7/201812:55Worthington Group - Charts and News33,961
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19/7/2018
09:20
Worthington Group Daily Update: Worthington Grp is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington Group was 87p.
Worthington Grp has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Grp is £11,196,591.15.
17/7/2018
15:39
philobeddoe: For us Worthington / Whetstone shareholders, the only way is up. The share price opened low as expected and now the only way is up as more and more deals are completed. Mcap is trading at a premium to NAV because investor sentiment is good and few WRN holders have sold thus far - investors want in and are determined to hold on to their shares. Investors anticipate big things for the company going forward and feel enthusiastic and excited about its prospects. Now contrast that with shares such as mos which have plunged over MINUS SIXTY FIVE PERCENT since July 2017 - ouch. Investor sentiment appears to be poor generally (read the bulletin boards) the latest RNSs don't appear to have been received well by investors. Mcap is trading at a discount to NAV - which on the surface makes it look like an "attractive" stock, but investors are not exactly rushing to buy in - ie, Mcap at a discount to NAV doesn't always make the stock attractive to investors, infact often there's a reason WHY it's trading at a discount - often it may signal an unloved or unpopular stock, a stock investors don't feel particularly excited about and may be avoiding buying for some reason. Mcap trading at a premium to NAV may signify the exact opposite - that the stock is popular with investors and that investors feel particularly excited about the company's future and are anticipating big things and a much higher share price down the road.
31/5/2018
15:21
abadan1: A quoted company announces a fund raising is adding 80% to its issued share capital at a 60% discount to the market price tells you all you need to know about management’s view of the right price for its shares. What then happens to the share price? Well, I think we all know the answer to that question. So how does Rapid Nutrition avoid a collapse in its share price? Clearly not being quoted on a proper market helps, as the rules about disclosing information appear to be less onerous. Rapid Nutrition started issuing convertible loan notes in August/September 2017. The first tranche of £200,000 appears not to have been announced but is referred to in 2016/17 report and accounts as a post balance sheet event, though no details of the conversion terms are included. The £150,000 convertible loan from Angelfish in September also appears not to have been announced by Rapid Nutrition - but was by the investor, with the full terms. On 7 May Rapid Nutrition did announce that it had raised £1.056m in convertible loan notes that, on conversion, would take its issued share capital up by 35% to 31.388m shares based on the average conversion price of 13p. However, the company appears to have neglected to provide details of the options given to Whetstone Capital to subscribe at varying prices for another 10m shares. On exercise of these options, Rapid Nutrition will have issued an additional 18.123m shares (a 78% increase in its share capital) at an average price of 12p per share. It would appear inevitable that any fund raising in London accompanying its proposed London listing would have to be done at 10-12p. Why would any broker be prepared to raise money at a higher price when shares have just been issued at as low as 7p (on conversion) and there are significant options have just been issued to invest at 7p and 10p?
01/5/2018
19:02
davidkip: CJ - but to fund it they'll flip stock as they climb the warrant ladder. Initial £291k at 7p for 4m £416k at 10p for 4m £625k at 15p for 4m So you plonk the first £291k in, hope the share price rises to say 15p, then you can sell a load to exercise the next set of warrants, and then as it rises again you sell more so you can exercise the lot. You don't end up with 12m shares unless you invest £1.3m (which WHET has) but in a rising share price you can certainly keep ~ 4m shares as a free carry if done right. (I speak here as a veteran AIM warrant flipper btw!) Downside of this strategy is if the share price doesn't rise you're a bit stuffed. Hopefully the discount will give some leeway for that. What's the RAP liquidity like, in order to be able to absorb that amount of stock?
01/5/2018
09:17
davidkip: These posts from Predators are ageing well: "I love this way of doing things. .. suspension locking out non holders share price soars on opening with first transaction. ....so ten suspensions followed by ten transactions.followed by share price soaring on deal/sentiment each time it comes out of suspension . ... brilliant" - Friday "I think people are expecting some meat on the bones today......any news is more likely to come at some point in the day not necessarily early on the morning" - Today (8:30) "Share price going up and news of the deal probably at some point during the day." - Today (9:00)
13/3/2018
07:15
knigel: Bill - it depends on what their Worthington share price average is as to whether they could had recovered their losses - ok IF you had the benefit of knowing the share price was going higher - you definitely could have reduced your book cost average. Remember HOW did the share price rise? WHY has the share price fallen back? We cannot predict how a share price will perform in future but agree Roy probably should not give out "advice" .. but it is his opinion... Williams - not sure why you should care about any legal action - it's not your problem and I doubt small WRN shareholders will benefit! WHY should these posters be subject to legal action? All they have done is DISCUSS a SUSPENDED share? JUST LIKE YOU! Are you subject to legal action as well? (for ramping)
20/2/2018
07:37
knigel: I love this comment elsewhere "every deal will add £1 to the share price" Were is the evidence? Doesn't "the market" decide the share price? If a deal adds £1 to the share price a) why is this not the case with 99% of all the other cash shells? They usually increase their NAV gradually over time and b) why not make 100 deals then! No one minds a bit of excitement and OTT positive posting but some of the comments are becoming close to comedy gold (unless the insiders know something we do not - ie. buying the deals at sharp discounts - if so, why are the sellers desparate to off load at a bargain price?)
17/2/2018
22:52
knigel: Still waiting - some nonsense on here .. and some common sense.. Of course new poster 7willt18 is quite entitled to say he reckons the share price will just keep going up and up (no evidence - its based on sentiment and expected news).. Just as I am entitled to say the share price is over valued based on actual assets/cash held IF (and I do mean IF) there is no deal confirmed in the short term or until the funding terms are known. However I agree there is no point continuing to mention it because 99% of the posters who are positive already held Worthington shares so will hold Whetstone shares - and after waiting three years - I probably would also wait at least a while to see if this company actually honours its promises and makes several deals. If so - then the rise will be justified. My case is that it is not a cert. Also I doubt most of the 1000 shareholders have been buying - how many trades have there been so far? 100-200 over the last week? Remember some shareholders would have made 3-4-5-6-7 trades! So probably only 30-50 Worthington shareholders have actually added - even if it's more than that - I doubt it's the majority. Once WRN shareholders get their shares (this coming week) then some will sell - some will hold - and some will add. What we do not know is how many NEW non Worthington shareholders are buying - that's the long term answer to continuing a share price rise - new investors (and posting about Whetstone on the WRN thread here - and on LSE - will not generate much new interest imho). BTW I want small WRN shareholders to get their money back - just that I rather see 80p again when news is confirmed - not before GL
13/2/2018
20:19
roydyor: Sorry jjw but this is a false market, I would not blame those that got in at 5p making a good profit but not the scum that are keeping the WRN free shareholders out. The 1p to 2p is based on the NAV and if you included their past record I am being generous. When I said the WRN share price should be between 5p to 10p I got the same reaction and as it turned out I was being generous there as well.
06/2/2018
07:02
knigel: 47 POSTS - all on WRN - yep - hard to work out who are the real "trolls". BTW just because apparently the assets targeted are now "valued" in excess of £5 (who worked it out?) does not mean that the share price would be £5 plus. Countless shares on the market trade at a discount to NAV - some trade at a premium. Eg. I am in a share at 0.7p but apparently the NAV is nearer to 2p. Also how many companies put in a RNS a future valuation figure? Usually the terms used are "significantly higher value" or "this will enhance shareholder value". I just cannot recall any company stating an actual figure - happy to be corrected. However, lets be clear - if you mention in a RNS a valuation several times higher than the share price - investors are going to buy - and the share price is almost certain to rise!
04/1/2018
23:10
skez13: IN the running for biggest plonker of 2018 and 2018 is only 4 days old giantsquid Posts: 701 Off Topic Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 85.50 View Thread (4)WhetstoneToday 16:42 I think very few, if any, will be selling straight away. So it's virtually irrelevant imo whether or not we receive our gifted shares before or after trading begins. I'm in no hurry whatsoever to receive mine - i have absolutely no interest or intention of parting with a single gifted share until the share price is well north of £2. Whetstone, imo, will probably end up listed on the NYSE by which time we could be looking at an Mcap well north of £100m+ And why? Well Aidan has already stated ALL OF THE KEY ORIGINAL ACQUISTIONS are still there - which appears to point to those original acquisitions that were originally intended for WRN - acquisitions which would have presumably made up the original $2 Billion NAV figure stated in the January 9th 2015 RNS. Even if the future anticipated NAV is less than WRN's stated $2Bn, we could still be looking at a very large future NAV because if all the key original acquisitions are still there, that appears to suggest we could be looking at a significant % of the original $2 billion NAV figure. Of course shares in issue will increase as time goes on, but so will NAV as new deals complete, which should in turn result in a larger Mcap and an increase in the share price. What matters most is that the key original acquisitions are still there and will soon be completed by Whetstone. Clearly, the deal partners behind these acquisitions must be happy with Whetstone for the deals to still be there, happy about its future prospects, happy to do business with Whetstone, happy with terms of payment, have confidence in the BoD - and are happy at the prospect of partnering with Whetstone. If deal partners weren't happy then the key original acquisitions would no longer be there, which according to Aidan is not the case. Don't be fooled by the low opening price - the key original acquisitions once they complete may well result in a dramatic increase in asset value, a far bigger Mcap and a potentially large increase in the share price. In my view, the big winners will be those who load up when trading begins and then hold for the medium to long term.
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